I have a love for the good graphic novel - e.g. Preacher, V-Vendetta (awful film though), the Invisibles and the humorous out of the punisher novels (I wish someone had done a Dirty Harry Series) and the later Bill Savage stuff.
I look forward to passing these onto to my future son or daughter (don't worry she'll like em or feel the back of my trench harden hand) but out of all these Charley's War is the one I will definitely give him or her first. The eagle ran a great tale suitable for children and still fascinating for adults bringing to life the evil of the trenches but with energy and melancholy rather than depression. The rest of the Eagle paled into insignifance beside Charley, the early Bill Savage though fun is not for adults. I definitely would not activitely hand on Commando mags because although there is nothing wrong with grabbing a Bren when times get tough the morals are too simple. There are only so many people you can whack before you get damaged as the characters in the tales mentioned above.